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Blankets: Recordings for the Illustrated Novel

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Great Album!

First off...Buy the Graphic Novel Blankets... Secondly... Buy this album. Never and I mean...never have I heard a soundtrack that so perfectly fits the mood of a book. This album is hands down the best 'ambient' music i've ever heard in my life. The album is a slow, mourningful and quiet take on the graphic novel blankets, written by Craig Thompson. The somber tone is beautifully mastered combining an atmostsphere tone with the books already quiet and secretive nature. Its so hard to describe the album you have to listen to it yourself. Put your head phones on, close the door, lay out on your bed, close your eyes, and just let yourself be swallowed. This album is a great companion to the novel Blankets and I suggest you all read it and definately give this album a listen to!

Unparalleled

Get the brick thick graphic novel first ("Blankets")--evocative scenes drawn between the protagonist/narrator's inner & outer landscape tell at least as much of the story as the text. And adding the soundtrack simply perfects the experience. Why aren't more such soundtracks made?, one wonders.

Biography

Born: 1998

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

A freelance engineer at Type Foundry Recording in Portland, OR, and a writer for Tape-Op magazine at the time, John Askew began Tracker as a studio project in early 1998. He recorded, wrote, and played most of the instruments himself and Tracker released its debut album Ames at the beginning of 2000 on FILMguerrero. Minus a band for performing purposes, Askew put together a handful of different live outfits. The results were loose and spontaneous, with Tracker varying from gig to gig. But Askew soon...
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